-Heat your oven to 375. Then heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Add some extra light virgin olive oil to sear the pork in.
-Rub the pork all over with extra virgin olive oil, and add spice mix. Sear pork for five minutes and then flip and sear the other side for another five.
-In a small bowl combine the 3 tablespoons olive oil, vinegar, and dijon mustard. I also like to sprinkle in a little more thyme.
-Once pork is done transfer it to the baking dish and pour sauce over it. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
-While the pork is in the oven get your veggies ready. I like to use the same pan I seared the pork in, just to keep all those amazing flavors. Add a little more oil if needed, and saute the radishes on medium high heat for 8-10 minutes. Add in zucchini for the last couple minutes, I like mine with a little bite left to them. Add salt and pepper to your liking.
There you go! Three super simple weeknight meals.
To answer some questions I got from the first healthy eats post, Chris and I have done a month of actual whole30. Before that we ate more of a clean/paleo way. After whole30 we learned a lot about what the hell we were putting in our bodies and adopted that into our eating habits as well. Yes, we do cheat on weekends. Whether that is a pizza, or burgers, or a huge Italian Sunday dinner. We certainly don't deprive ourselves. And the question I got a lot, do our kids eat like this. Yes! I don't think at this point they know much different. I also don't give them much of a choice. You eat the dinner given to you. Sound harsh? Not really. I do however know what they really like and don't like as far as meats and veggies go, so I will make something they will enjoy. They are kids so they still get fun snacks, the occasional drive thru meal is had. But for the most part we do not go out of our way to feed them different foods just because they "like" them or it is easier just to give them junk and not fight them to eat their veggies. Like I tell them "I got nothin but time to sit here and watch you eat healthy food". Ha!
If you decide to try any of these let me know! I love hearing what you think, or ways that you have switched up the recipes. I am always up for a new idea!!